Substitute Jaushua Sotirio netted an 89th minute winner as Western Sydney Wanderers edged Shanghai SIPG in their AFC Champions League (ACL) dead rubber at Campbelltown Stadium on Wednesday night.
The match started in sensational fashion, with three goals inside the first six minutes, with Shanghai's Wu Lei netting the third quickest goal in ACL history.
Despite the win, inspired by Jumpei Kusukami with two assists and a goal, Wanderers still finish bottom of Group F, with FC Seoul claiming a 1-0 win over Urawa Reds to hold them off for third.
After Wu Lei's early strike, Wanderers replied with Jumpei Kusukami's neat finish after Terry Antonis' throughball on three minutes.
Steve Lustica fired Wanderers ahead at the near post after Kusukami's ball.
Elkeson levelled the contest from the spot on 23 minutes after Aritz Borda's foul.
However, Sotirio won it on 89 minutes, turning home Kusukami's flick after Nico Martinez's clever lob.